The HomeCourt app wants to make you a better basketball player. Steve Nash and Jeremy Lin are among the investors in the new app that uses artificial intelligence to help regular people and professional athletes work on their game.
We're in the dead of summer and the NBA storylines are few and far between. For now, The Crossover will lean into the absurdity of the offseason and decide who is doing the best job promoting themselves on social media.
LeBron James made a heroic effort in his community and opened the I Promise school to help families in Akron, Ohio. After his interview caught the attention of Donald Trump, James reacted the best way possible—by letting his activism do the talking.
After emerging as Miami's best two-way player in the postseason, Justise Winslow finally showed what made him a coveted lottery pick. The Crossover caught up with the Heat guard about his summer and his relationship with Dwyane Wade.